Wednesday, 25 September 2013

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40. Which of the following is NOT a correct statement ? (A) A test can be reliable without being valid. (B) A test cannot be valid without being reliable. (C) A test can be reliable and valid both. (D) A test can be valid without being reliable.



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39. Difference between two means is significant at 0.01 level of significance. It means that : (A) the value of t-ratio is equal to 1.96 (B) the value of t-ratio exceeds 2.58 (C) the value of t-ratio is 2.36 (D) the value of t-ratio is 2.48

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38. Which one of the following is correct ? (A) When extreme values are not known one can use Median. (B) The mid point on the scales of measurements is Mean. (C) The most frequently occurred score is Standard deviation. (D) The most popular measures of Central tendency is mode.

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37. Who said “adolescence is a period of storm and stress” ? (A) Elizabeth Hurlock (B) Piaget (C) Freud (D) George Staley Hall

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36. The standard error of measurement is : (A) an index of the error in that estimate. (B) an error related to the error in the measurement tool. (C) an error of the standard deviation. (D) an error the standardized test.

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40. Which of the following is NOT a correct statement ? (A) A test can be reliable without being valid. (B) A test cannot be valid without being reliable. (C) A test can be reliable and valid both. (D) A test can be valid without being reliable.

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39. Difference between two means is significant at 0.01 level of significance. It means that : (A) the value of t-ratio is equal to 1.96 (B) the value of t-ratio exceeds 2.58 (C) the value of t-ratio is 2.36 (D) the value of t-ratio is 2.48

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38. Which one of the following is correct ? (A) When extreme values are not known one can use Median. (B) The mid point on the scales of measurements is Mean. (C) The most frequently occurred score is Standard deviation. (D) The most popular measures of Central tendency is mode.

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37. Who said “adolescence is a period of storm and stress” ? (A) Elizabeth Hurlock (B) Piaget (C) Freud (D) George Staley Hall

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36. The standard error of measurement is : (A) an index of the error in that estimate. (B) an error related to the error in the measurement tool. (C) an error of the standard deviation. (D) an error the standardized test.

Tuesday, 24 September 2013

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35. Participant observation method is used in : (A) Experimental Research (B) Ethnographic Studies (C) Historical Research (D) Ex-post-facto Research

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34. Good learning depends upon : (A) the teacher (B) active interest of the pupil (C) active teaching methods (D) Judicious use of teaching aids

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33. Operant conditioning mainly emphasises on the role of : (A) the teacher (B) the learning material (C) the reinforcement (D) the environment

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d 06 32. Which of the following theories is NOT a personality theory ? (A) Intrapsychic theory (B) Type theories (C) Trait theory (D) System theory

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31. Which of the following may NOT be identified through Sociometry ? (A) Gifted (B) Isolated (C) Rejected (D) Most liked

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35. Participant observation method is used in : (A) Experimental Research (B) Ethnographic Studies (C) Historical Research (D) Ex-post-facto Research

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34. Good learning depends upon : (A) the teacher (B) active interest of the pupil (C) active teaching methods (D) Judicious use of teaching aids

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33. Operant conditioning mainly emphasises on the role of : (A) the teacher (B) the learning material (C) the reinforcement (D) the environment

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d 06 32. Which of the following theories is NOT a personality theory ? (A) Intrapsychic theory (B) Type theories (C) Trait theory (D) System theory

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d 06 31. Which of the following may NOT be identified through Sociometry ? (A) Gifted (B) Isolated (C) Rejected (D) Most liked

Monday, 23 September 2013

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d 06 30. Indicate the statement which is NOT correct (A) Ability to produce language is different from the actual linguistic production. (B) All natural languages of the World have the same underlying structure and principles. (C) Semantic development is slower than the syntactic development. (D) Environment does not have any role in language acquisition.

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29. The name of the psychologist associated with IQ scam is: (A) Alfred Binet (B) Theodore Simon (C) Cyril Ludowic Burt (D) Howard Gardner

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d 06 28. Pick out the term which has not been used by Piaget (A) Assimilation (B) Organization (C) Schema (D) Sublimation

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d 06 30. Indicate the statement which is NOT correct (A) Ability to produce language is different from the actual linguistic production. (B) All natural languages of the World have the same underlying structure and principles. (C) Semantic development is slower than the syntactic development. (D) Environment does not have any role in language acquisition.

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d 06 29. The name of the psychologist associated with IQ scam is: (A) Alfred Binet (B) Theodore Simon (C) Cyril Ludowic Burt (D) Howard Gardner

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d 06 28. Pick out the term which has not been used by Piaget (A) Assimilation (B) Organization (C) Schema (D) Sublimation

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d 06 27. Which of the following is not associated with Freudian Psychology? (A) Eras (B) Thantos (C) libido (D) Archetype

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d 06 27. Which of the following is not associated with Freudian Psychology? (A) Eras (B) Thantos (C) libido (D) Archetype

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d 06 26. Pick out the need which has not been included in Maslow’s ‘B’ needs: (A) Creative (B) Aesthetic (C) Enlightenment (D) Alienation

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j 06 25. Match list I with list II .....List I ....................List II (a) Universal Brotherhood ..... (i) Spencer (b) Scientific Education ....... (ii) Gandhi (c) Social Education .......... (iii) Tagore (d) Vardha Scheme of Education (iv) Vivekananda ................................(v) John Dewey .....(a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (i) (iii) (ii) (iv) (B) (iv) (i) (v) (ii) (C) (iii) (i) (iv) (ii) (D) (ii) (iv) (iii) (v)

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j 06 24. Which of the following is NOT the sodal aim of educalion ? (A) Education for social service (B) Education for the perfection of the individual (C) Education for citizenship (D) Education for social efficiency

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d 06 23. Which onc is not a National valuc? (A) Freedom of speech (B) Social justice (C) Sectarian faith (D) Fraternity

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d 06 22. The role of home in education is: (A) To help child in acquisition of knowledge. (B) To interfere in the functioning of school. (C) To accept education as a value and to vitalize us spirit. (D) To provide assistance and cooperation to school.

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j 06 21. Education as sub system of the society (A) Brings changes in the society and makes it modern. (B) Creates rift between educated and uneducated in the society. (C) Dominates the society (D) Accepts dominance of the society.

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d 06 26. Pick out the need which has not been included in Maslow’s ‘B’ needs: (A) Creative (B) Aesthetic (C) Enlightenment (D) Alienation

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d 06 25. Match list I with list II .....List I ....................List II (a) Universal Brotherhood ..... (i) Spencer (b) Scientific Education ....... (ii) Gandhi (c) Social Education .......... (iii) Tagore (d) Vardha Scheme of Education (iv) Vivekananda ................................(v) John Dewey .....(a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (i) (iii) (ii) (iv) (B) (iv) (i) (v) (ii) (C) (iii) (i) (iv) (ii) (D) (ii) (iv) (iii) (v)

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j 06 24. Which of the following is NOT the sodal aim of educalion ? (A) Education for social service (B) Education for the perfection of the individual (C) Education for citizenship (D) Education for social efficiency

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d 06 23. Which onc is not a National valuc? (A) Freedom of speech (B) Social justice (C) Sectarian faith (D) Fraternity

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d 06 22. The role of home in education is: (A) To help child in acquisition of knowledge. (B) To interfere in the functioning of school. (C) To accept education as a value and to vitalize us spirit. (D) To provide assistance and co—operation to school.

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d 06 21. Eduation as sub system of the society (A) Brings changes in the society and makes it modern. (B) Creates rift between educated and uneducated in the society. (C) Dominates the society (D) Accepts dominance of the society.

Saturday, 21 September 2013

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d 06 20. Culture in its proper sense is: (A) civilized behaviour of educated mass. (B) complex whole of whatever men achieved as a member of society. (C) sophistications in life style. (D) change in the set up of society.

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19. ExistenLialism could not become very popular because: (A) it was based on old principles (B) it was impractical (C) it was not different from pragmatism (D) it was based on strict principles

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d 06 18. To meet the purposes of modernizing democratic and socialistic society like India it is more iniportant to have: (A) An economic revolution (B) A social revolution (C) A revolution in educaLion (D) An Industrial revolution

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17. The study of social stratification in education is meant for: (A) Consideration of the prevailing status of social equity and opportunity. (B) Creating a society without any type of stratum. (C) Encouraging upward mobility in the society. (D) The study of imbalances in the society.

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16. Socialization is a process of: (A) Learning to be a member of society (B) Being and Bet oming (C) Changing asocial into social (D) Social changes

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d 06 20. Culture in its proper sense is: (A) civilized behaviour of educated mass. (B) complex whole of whatever men achieved as a member of society. (C) sophistications in life style. (D) change in the set up of society.

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d 06 19. ExistenLialism could not become very popular because: (A) it was based on old principles (B) it was impractical (C) it was not different from pragmatism (D) it was based on strict principles

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d 06 18. To meet the purposes of modernizing democratic and socialistic society like India it is more iniportant to have: (A) An economic revolution (B) A social revolution (C) A revolution in educaLion (D) An Industrial revolution

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17. The study of social stratification in education is meant for: (A) Consideration of the prevailing status of social equity and opportunity. (B) Creating a society without any type of stratum. (C) Encouraging upward mobility in the society. (D) The study of imbalances in the society.

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d 06 16. Socialization is a process of: (A) Learning to be a member of society (B) Being and Bet oming (C) Changing asodal into social (D) Social changes

SUPREME COURT DECISION ON JUNE 2012 CRITERIA

नेट के लिए योग्यता तय करने को यूजीसी स्वतंत्र


सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने बांबे और केरल हाई कोर्ट के फैसले को पलटा कहा, वैधानिक प्रावधानों के उल्लंघन पर ही करेंगे हस्तक्षेप


नई दिल्ली, प्रेट्र: राष्ट्रीय पात्रता परीक्षा (नेट) पास करने के लिए विश्वविद्यालय अनुदान आयोग (यूजीसी) द्वारा योग्यता तय करने की नीति को सही ठहराते हुए सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने कहा कि यूजीसी द्वारा किए गए बदलाव मनमाने और अवैध नहीं हैं। 1जस्टिस केएस राधाकृष्णन की अध्यक्षता वाली पीठ ने गुरुवार को अपने फैसले में कहा कि सुप्रीम कोर्ट शिक्षा मामलों में तब तक हस्तक्षेप नहीं करेगा जब तक वह मामला वैधानिक प्रावधानों, विनियमों या अधिसूचना के स्पष्ट उल्लंघन से न जुड़ा हो। पीठ ने कहा, ‘एक विशेषज्ञ निकाय के तौर पर यूजीसी (जो वह बेहतर समङो) विश्वविद्यालयों में अध्यापन, परीक्षा और रिसर्च से संबंधित मानक तय कर सकता है।’ 1यूजीसी ने बांबे हाई कोर्ट के उस फैसले को चुनौती दी थी जिसमें उसके द्वारा नेट उत्तीर्ण करने के लिए निर्धारित न्यूनतम योग्यता मानदंड को दरकिनार कर दिया गया था। सुप्रीम कोर्ट ने हाई कोर्ट के फैसले को पलटते हुए यह व्यवस्था दी है। 1दरअसल, मार्च 2012 में यूजीसी ने नेट परीक्षा के लिए अधिसूचना जारी की थी। इसके तहत सामान्य वर्ग के लिए सभी तीनों विषयों में न्यूनतम 40, 40 और 50 फीसद अंक प्राप्त करना अनिवार्य था। अन्य पिछड़ा वर्ग और अनुसूचित जाति-जनजाति के लिए क्रमश: पांच और दस फीसद की छूट दी गई थी। परीक्षा के बाद जून, 2012 को यूजीसी ने तीनों विषय में सामान्य वर्ग के लिए कुल 65, ओबीसी के लिए 60 और एससी/एसटी के लिए 55 फीसद अंक प्राप्त करना निर्धारित कर दिया। अभ्यर्थियों ने यूजीसी के इस निर्णय को हाई कोर्ट में चुनौती दी। केरल और बांबे हाई कोर्ट ने यूजीसी के फैसले को रद कर दिया था।

 The Supreme Court Thursday upheld the University Grant Commission's policy for fixing eligibility criteria for candidates to qualify the National Eligibility Test (NET), saying it is not "arbitrary and illegal". A bench, headed by Justice K S Radhakrishnan, said courts shall not interfere in matters of education unless there is a violation of statutory provisions and it is open to the UGC to lay down any qualifying criteria. "We are of the view that in academic matters unless there is a clear violation of statutory provisions, regulations or the notification issued, the courts shall keep their hands off since those issues fall within the domain of the experts. A bench, headed by Justice K S Radhakrishnan, said courts shall not interfere in matters of education unless there is a violation of statutory provisions. "UGC, as an expert body, has been entrusted with the duty to take steps as it may think fit for the determination and maintenance of standards of teaching, examination and research in the University. For attaining the said standards, it is open to the UGC to lay down any qualifying criteria which has a rational nexus to the object to be achieved," the bench said. The bench was hearing the UGC's plea challenging the Bombay High Court's order setting aside the eligibility criteria fixed by the UGC for the NET June 2012 exam for Junior Research Fellowship and Lecturership. "The UGC has only implemented the opinion of experts by laying down the qualifying criteria which cannot be considered as arbitrary, illegal or discriminatory or violative of Article 14 of the Constitution of India," the bench said while allowing the Commission's appeal. In March 2012, the UGC had called for applications for NET exam and in its notification it had prescribed the minimum marks for general category as 40 per cent, 40 per cent and 50 per cent in papers 1, 2 and 3 respectively. OBC and SC/ST candidates were given a relaxation of five per cent and 10 per cent respectively. After the test in June 2012, the UGC had added a clause prescribing 65 per cent aggregate marks in all three subjects for general candidates, 60 per cent for OBC and 55 per cent for SC/ST as final qualifying criteria. The final qualifying criteria was challenged by candidates before the Kerala High Court as well as the Bombay High Court. The UGC's final criteria was set aside by a single-judge bench of the Kerala High Court and a division bench of the Bombay High Court. The apex court, while upholding the UGC's decision, said "prescribing the (final) qualifying criteria, in our view, does not amount to a change in the rule of the game as it was already pre-meditated in the notification. We are not inclined to say that the UGC has acted arbitrarily or whimsically against the candidates." The apex court said the UGC, in exercise of its statutory powers and the criteria in the notification for NET 2012, had set up a Moderation Committee consisting of experts for finalising the qualifying criteria and it acted on the basis of the expert panel's recommendations. "The UGC has only implemented the opinion of experts by laying down the qualifying criteria which cannot be considered as arbitrary, illegal or discriminatory or violative of Article 14 of the Constitution of India," the bench said. The court held the UGC's power to prescribe, as it thinks fit, the qualifying criteria for maintaining the standards of teaching, exams, etc "cannot be disputed". The apex court noted that the candidates who took the NET 2012 were not misled in any manner and clarified the phrase "clearing the NET" means clearing the final results and not just passing the three papers of the examination.

Friday, 20 September 2013

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d 06 15. Democratic Socialism combines: (A) Social equality with political democracy (B) Capitalism with political democracy (C) Economic equality with capitalism (D) Political democracy with economic democracy

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d 06 14. Who said, “A teacher can never truly teach unless he is still learning himself. A lamp can never light another lamp unless it continues to burn its own flame” ? (A) Gandhi (B) Aurobindo (C) Tagore (D) Vivekananda

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d 06 13. Which statements are true to both 1 lindu and Buddhist philosophies ? (1) both give importance to Guru. (ii) both believe in salvation. (iii) both accept the inunortalitv of soul. (iv) both give importance to meditation. (A) (I), (ii) and (iv) are correct (B) (ii) and (iv) are correct (C) (I), (lii) and (iv) are correct (D) (ii), (iii) and (iv) are correct

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d 06 12. Which statements are true for Tagore and Rousseau both ? (i) both are naturalists. (ii) both established inslitu Lions. (iii) both gave importance to bookish education. (iv) both believed in the freedom and identity of the individuals. (A) (i), (ii) and (iii) are correct (B) (i) and (iv) are correct (C) (i), (ii) and (iv) are correct (D) (iii) and (iv) are correct

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d 06 15. Democratic Socialism combines: (A) Social equality with political democracy (B) Capitalism with political democracy (C) Economic equality with capitalism (D) Political democracy with economic democracy

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d 06 14. Who said, “A teacher can never truly teach unless he is still learning himself. A lamp can never light another lamp unless it continues to burn its own flame” ? (A) Gandhi (B) Aurobindo (C) Tagore (D) Vivekananda

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d 06 13. Which statements are true to both 1 lindu and Buddhist philosophies ? (1) both give importance to Guru. (ii) both believe in salvation. (iii) both accept the inunortalitv of soul. (iv) both give importance to meditation. (A) (I), (ii) and (iv) are correct (B) (ii) and (iv) are correct (C) (I), (lii) and (iv) are correct (D) (ii), (iii) and (iv) are correct

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d 06 12. Which statements are true for Tagore and Rousseau both ? (i) both are naturalists. (ii) both established inslitu Lions. (iii) both gave importance to bookish education. (iv) both believed in the freedom and identity of the individuals. (A) (i), (ii) and (iii) are correct (B) (i) and (iv) are correct (C) (i), (ii) and (iv) are correct (D) (iii) and (iv) are correct

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d 06 11. The meaning of Prabbajja ceremony is: (A) admission to Buddhist monastery (B) Thread ceremony (C) Ceremony to perform vajna (D) Admission to gurukulas

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d 06 11. The meaning of Prabbajja ceremony is: (A) admission to Buddhist monastery (B) Thread ceremony (C) Ceremony to perform vajna (D) Admission to gurukulas

Thursday, 19 September 2013

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10. Which philosophy believes in the following three philosophical principles - monmentariness, universal suffering and soullessness. (A) Jainism (B) Islam (C) Buddhism (D) hinduism

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D 06 9. Analytical school of Philosophy was propounded by: (A) Theodor Brameld (B) Vitjcnstinc (C) Bertrand Russell (D) R.S. Pliers

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D 06 8. Pragmatism believes in: (A) Permanent values (B) Changing values (C) Perennial values (D) Social values

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10. Which philosophy believes in the following three philosophical principles - monmentariness, universal suffering and soullessness. (A) Jainism (B) Islam (C) Buddhism (D) hinduism

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D 06 9. Analytical school of Philosophy was propounded by: (A) Theodor Brameld (B) Vitjcnstinc (C) Bertrand Russell (D) R.S. Pliers

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D 06 8. Pragmatism believes in: (A) Permanent values (B) Changing values (C) Perennial values (D) Social values

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7. Which philosophy of Education believes in the “punishment from natural consequences.” (A) Naturalism (B) Realism (C) Idealism (D) Marxism

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6. According to Koran cdtication is compulsory for: (A) All men (B) All nwn and women (C) All women (D) None of the above

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5. Whkh philosopher in the following list is not an existentialist? (A) Kirkegard (B) Heidegar (C) Jean Paul Satre (D) Kant

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D 06 4. Emile was written by (A) Plato (B) Rousseau (C) Ncitzsche (D) Satre

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D 06 3. The Principle of Back to Nature in Education was given by: (A) Shri Aurobindo (B) Vivekanand (C) Rousseau (D) Dewey

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2. In Education who emphasized the idea of ‘Education through productive work’ ? (A) Tagore (B) Gandhi (C) Aurobindo (D) Vivekanand

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D 06 1. Aurobindo’s views on education give importance to: (A) Religion (B) Science (C) Politics (D) Skills

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7. Which philosophy of Education believes in the “punishment from natural consequences.” (A) Naturalism (B) Realism (C) Idealism (D) Marxism

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6. According to Koran cdtication is compulsory for: (A) All men (B) All nwn and women (C) All women (D) None of the above

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5. Whkh philosopher in the following list is not an existentialist? (A) Kirkegard (B) Heidegar (C) Jean Paul Satre (D) Kant

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D 06 4. Emile was written by (A) Plato (B) Rousseau (C) Ncitzsche (D) Satre

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D 06 3. The Principle of Back to Nature in Education was given by: (A) Shri Aurobindo (B) Vivekanand (C) Rousseau (D) Dewey

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D 06 - 2. In Education who emphasized the idea of ‘Education through productive work’ ? (A) Tagore (B) Gandhi (C) Aurobindo (D) Vivekanand

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D 06 1. Aurobindo’s views on education give importance to: (A) Religion (B) Science (C) Politics (D) Skills

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

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j 06 45. Match list I with List II List-I List-Il (a) Syntax (i) Meaning (b) Semantics (ii) Sound (c) Phonetics (iii) Vocabalary (d) Lexicon (iv) Grammar (v) Writing Code: (a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (iii) (ii) (i) (v) (B) (iv) (i) (ii) (iii) (C) (iii) (ii) (i) (iv) (D) (ii) (i) (v) (iii)

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j 06 44. Who called Non-Formal education “Organised out of school education programmes” (A) Philip Coombs (B) La Bella (C) Illich (D) John Dewey

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43. With whom of the following, the Sociometric technique is associated with: (A) N. A. Flanders (B) D. C. Mcclleland (C) J. F. Moreno (D) P. V. Young Money

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42. Which one of the following is a projected aid (A) Photographs (B) Flash Cards (C) Slides (D) Puppets

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j 06 45. Match list I with List II List-I List-Il (a) Syntax (i) Meaning (b) Semantics (ii) Sound (c) Phonetics (iii) Vocabalary (d) Lexicon (iv) Grammar (v) Writing Code: (a) (b) (c) (d) (A) (iii) (ii) (i) (v) (B) (iv) (i) (ii) (iii) (C) (iii) (ii) (i) (iv) (D) (ii) (i) (v) (iii)

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j 06 44. Who called Non-Formal education “Organised out of school education programmes” (A) Philip Coombs (B) La Bella (C) Illich (D) John Dewey

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j 06 43. With whom of the following, the Sociometric technique is associated with: (A) N. A. Flanders (B) D. C. Mcclleland (C) J. F. Moreno (D) P. V. Young

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42. Which one of the following is a projected aid (A) Photographs (B) Flash Cards (C) Slides (D) Puppets

UGC-NET QUESTIONS



j 06 41. “There can not be educated people without educated women” was indicated by: (A) The resolution on the National Policy on Education (1968) (B) The UN declaration on the Elimination of discrimination against women (1967) (C) The University Education Commission (1948-49) (D) The National Policy on Education (1986)

UGC NET previous years questions

41. “There can not be educated people without educated women” was indicated by: (A) The resolution on the National Policy on Education (1968) (B) The UN declaration on the Elimination of discrimination against women (1967) (C) The University Education Commission (1948-49) (D) The National Policy on Education (1986)

Tuesday, 17 September 2013

post your online feedback on UGC website

UGC has announce the answer keys of the paper which are rescheduled on 8th sept. and invited the online feedback before 20th sept. So all those who feel that any answer is wrong then give your online feedback to ugc website





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  The candidates who have appeared in NET held on 08th Sept., 2013 can give online feedback upto 20th September, 2013 (midnight). Click here to submit:-
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  The result will be prepared on the basis of updated answer keys.


  No further grievance of the candidates regarding the keys will be entertained after 20th September, 2013.